Kobe Bryant memorabilia being auctioned for charity

After Kobe Bryant’s parents reportedly apologized for wanting to sell some of their son’s memorabilia without permission, both sides came to an agreement to auction off four items for charity. 50 percent of the proceeds will go towards the Bully Project, which is an anti-bullying campaign that Kobe supports. Here’s a look at the four items being sold.

Kobe’s 2000 All-Star Ring:


This ring comes from Kobe Bryant’s second all-star game. He scored 15 points after going 7-16. The Western All-Stars were coached by Phil Jackson after the Lakers started the regular season with a dominating 37-11 record. Kobe would go on to win his first ring that year, which marked the beginning of an absolutely dominating decade.

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